When I blogged about nontraditional Eagle projects a couple of months back, the post caught the eye of a 15-year-old Eagle Scout from Colorado.
The BSA's Trained patch sends a clear message to Scouts, fellow Scouters and parents. It says, "I know what I'm doing." Here's who can wear it.
"Running Toward Danger," a new book, features 170 of the most exciting rescues in the history of the BSA's heroism awards.
Webelos Scout Jake Nimark will become a legend in the lunchroom thanks to NASCAR driver and BSA supporter Scott Lagasse Jr., who dropped Jake off at school.
A Philmont crew reunited to re-create a photo taken 34 years prior. This is the story behind the most-viral photo in Scouting magazine Facebook history.
In 2009, Nicholas Cobb started Comfort and Joy to provide coats to homeless families. That spawned an Eagle Scout project and much more.
Troop 248 of Oakdale, Pa., is featured in an episode of "Barnwood Builders," the DIY Network show about salvaging and old-world craftsmanship.
Join the Scouting Alumni Association between now and Nov. 30 and $4.99 extra gets you a copy of the book "Defiant" by Eagle Scout Alvin Townley.
While the most-popular Venturing crew specialities are "general interest," "high adventure" and "camping/backpacking/hiking," there's more to the list.
Two awards recognize people and councils who do Venturing right: the Venturing Leadership Award and the Council Standards of Venturing Excellence Award.